Staying Sharp. Staying Independent.
Saturday, December 10 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Many adult children feel lost and overwhelmed managing a loved one's health and well-being. Warwick Forest, in partnership with The Center for Excellence in Aging & Geriatric Health, is holding a "Staying Sharp. Staying Independent." Seminar at Keswick Place Assisted Living on the Warwick Forest campus. The event is focused on educating and guiding adult children and caregivers who are interested in assisted living and memory support options for aging loved ones.
"Our goal is to help point families in the right direction," said Warwick Forest Marketing Director Sarah Conaway. "A lot of people don't know what that first step should be when a loved one needs assistance or is diagnosed with dementia. We want to share the many options available now, as well as educate attendees on the latest research for future treatment possibilities."
The Center for Excellence in Aging & Geriatric Health (CEAGH) will discuss how their safe driver course provides an unbiased assessment of an individual's ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. CEAGH will also provide information about geriatric assessments, which evaluate several areas of overall health for Older Adults, including balance, cognitive function and memory. Additional resources will be available for rehabilitation services, clinical drug trials and caregiver support.
Attendees will enjoy hors d'oeuvres and great company while learning the keys to staying sharp and staying independent.
RSVP to (757) 886-2200.